The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 9, 1931 · Page 7
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February 9, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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I FEBRUARY 9 ·1931 AMELIA AT WORK ! ALTHO MARRIED j She and Husband Putnam ! Are at Desks Instead of | on Honeymoon. I A NE W YORK, Feb. 9. UP)_When , Amelia Earhart, flyer, and George Palmer Putnam, publisher anfl ex- plorer, were married Staurday thev announced they'd be at their respective business desks as usual today This is to report that, contrary to the frequent custom of distinguished noneymooners, they told the truth and at their desks they were. Miss Earhart was busy at work at her job as traffic manager of the Ludington line. Mr. Putnam carried on business as usual at the publishing house of Brewer ana Warren. He and his bride, he said, had received no toy airplanes chutes as wedding gifts. or para- MASON CITY GLORE-GAZETTE 30 Muscatine Women Escape Death When Bus Runs Into Ditch MUSCATINE, Feb. 9. Thirty young businebswomen of Muscatine, enroute to a convention, escaped death when the chartered bus in which they were riding, plunged over a 40 foot embankment near Newton Saturday afternoon. Five were quite badly hurt and the others cut and bruised. Passing motorists broke windows in the bus to free the women after the machine slid off the slippery pavement. Auto Expositions Announced. MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 9. (,T)_ Automotive creations of 1331 will be on display at annual, expositions in five communities in Minnesota this week. Shows are to be held at Duluth, Mankato, New Ulm, Aitkiu and Wadena. You can recognize the way to easy street by the friends sacrificed along the way.--KessinRer's Itevloiv. . Internal Revenue Receipts in 1930 Nearly $1,000 Below 1929. By RADFOIID E. MOBIYEY Staff Correspnnilent. WASHINGTON, Feb. 9.--Internal revenue receipts from stamp and tobacco taxes in Iowa showed a decline in 1930 as compared with the receipts from the same sources last year, it was revealed at the treasury department here today. Collections made by the treasury during 1930 on cigars in lown amounted to 54-1,909, as compared with $45,576 collected in the preceding year. Taxes in 1930 on cigareta decreased from $5.91 in 1929 to J1.20 in 1930, the treasury report revealed. Collections in Iowa from tha stamp tax showed a decrease in the receipts from capital stock sales or transfers amounting to $393.24 in 1929 as compared to ?55 in 1930. The decline hi collections was consistent with those for the country as a whole, since taxes on capital stock sales or transfers for the entire United States dropped from approximately 526,000,000 to a little over 513,000,000 for the year of 1930, department officials said. Stamp tax collections of all kinds, including tax on playing cards, for the entire nation dropped off in 1930 to $25,507,845 from the figure of $42,06-1,112 which represented the collections made during the same 12 month period of 1929, according to the department. * Was Kicked by Cow. MITCHELL, Feb. 9.--Lester Coon, east of town, who was severely injured by being kicked by a cow while milking several weeks ago, has been taken to a Mason City hospital for treatment. Confirm Iowa Appointment. WASHINGTON, Feb. 9. UIV-The senate has confirmed the- nomination of Kate R. Weston for reappointment as postmistress at Webster City, Iowa. 1931's Super-Value Sale 10 PIECE LIVING ROOM \ Luxurious Furniture Styled in a Distinctive, Modern Manner! ERE'S the sale thousands of shrewd shoppers eagerly await each year, knowing the sort of savings this event brings! We have outdone all previous February sales in this offering! Varieties are large! Values are greater! Prices are lower! Your 1931 Furniture dollar buys as it has never bought before, as these specimen values will quickly prove! Greatest Savings QcJr Ten pieces . a n entire living room-full of quality furniture . . . all for only $98! Surely you will want to see this remarkable value! Just see what the outfit includes! Jacquard Velour Davenport Jacquard Velour Chair Foot Stool Magazine Rack End Table Smoker Occasional Chair Occasional Table Mirror p £ure 44 PIFCF JLJC J. JLJLj \BsJLLa An extraordinary good suite with all the extra pieces for very little money/We recommend this outfit to careful buyers. Here is what you will receive: Table 5 chairs and host chair 32 Piece Set of Dishes Buffet Mirror 3 Piece Console Set KITCHEN OUTFIT Here is what the outfit includes; Choice of Coal Range or Gas Stove. Unfinished Breakfast Table' You will marvel at the convenient pieces we have selected for this practical kitchen. 6x9 Rug. Kitchen Cabinet, 2 Unfinished Chairs 3 piece Bed Outfit $5.©0 Delivers Any RADIO Circulating Call at Wolf's for Details 10 PIECE Here is one of our prettiest bedroom outfits, consisting of 10 pieces. You'll get years of service from it, despite the low price, which includes: Bed Chest of Drawers Vanity Bench Rocker Springs Mattress 2 Rugs, 27x54 Mirror Full Size TABLES Full Size Red or Green Choice All Cotton 5 Piece Unfinished

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